Mary Poppins Returns
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Neither the sweeping European vistas nor the masterful Serbian actor Miki Manojlovic can save this Bulgarian road movie from its treacly sentimentality.
It's lovable in a way that's sometimes goofy, sometimes sad, always optimistic.
You know that the two are going to have adventures and bond, but watching them do this is enjoyable. The gorgeous scenery along the way doesn't hurt, either.
full review at Movies for the Masses
The world is big, was a tremendous Bulgarian movie. I have not seen much of Bulgarians movie but this one was really enjoyable.Excellent plot which was filled with necessary details,flashbacks about these families past.The acting was amazing, beautiful scenery, specially the scenes where the grandfather and grandson was riding in the Alps.They showed how life was compared to a game of backgammon. The dice will be the destiny and you decided how to move your checkers in order to win. If this movie succeed in being an Oscar nominee it will be a honor for the Bulgarians because even if it doesn't win, Bulgarians showed here that they can also produced good movies.
Absolutely wonderful film about a young man who survives a car wreck that left both his parents dead, only to suffer from complete retroactive amnesia. His grandfather arrives from Bulgaria to take him home, and collect his memories along the way in hopes of helping him remember who he is. A beautiful, warm hearted tale, reminiscent of the work of Giuseppe Tornatore, "The World is Big and Salvation Lurks Around the Corner" is a heartfelt and beguiling emotional journey.
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